We like to think that “The Walking Dead” actor Norman Reedus didn’t plan to start collecting breast implants. Surely, it was an accident, just something that happened to him. And it is, kinda.
A Matching Set
A female fan once sent Reedus a silicone breast implant. (When you care enough to send the very best, you always go for the more expensive silicone.) A quick note about gift etiquette: It’s rather tacky to give someone only half of a matched set. After all, you wouldn’t gift someone just one sock, would you?
Breast implants without breast augmentation make lousy gifts, but one breast implant is an even bigger faux pas.
Anyway, this woman who missed our stellar gift-giving advice sent a lone breast implant. Then another fan sent a second breast implant and Reedus was like: “’I just want to collect breast implants. I’m going to take them out of all the women’s bodies and just make a giant pile of them and lay my head on them. So, yeah — send me more breast implants,’” according to Entertainment Weekly.
We hear that he was joking. Thank goodness.
This next tip is for the people who love topping everyone at the annual white elephant gift exchange or surprising their favorite celebrity with a very personal gift. Never go with a breast implant. You may have gotten it “free” after revision surgery to update your look, but it’s best to leave the fate of your breast implant in the afterlife to your plastic surgeon.
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